School Physics Notes: Thermal energy 5. DENSITY and particle models

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Thermal energy Part 5. DENSITY of materials and the particle model of matter - methods of measuring density - list of densities of common gas, liquid and solid materials, how does density vary with temperature?

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5.1 What is density? The formula for density? Why is density is important?

5.2 Measuring the density of an irregularly shaped solid object and calculations

5.3 Measuring the density of an regular shaped solid object and calculations

5.4 Three ways of measuring the density of a liquid, methods and calculations

5.5 Other exam practice calculations involving density

5.6 Density & particle model - explaining relative densities of gases, liquids, solids

5.7 Relative density of the liquid and solid state and the curious case of water

5.8 Thermal expansion and density - particle model descriptions

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Pressure & upthrust in liquids, density and why do objects float or sink?


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Thermal energy topic notes

Introduction to heat transfer - conduction (and thermal conductivity), convection and radiation

Specific heat capacity: How to determine it, use of data, calculations and thermal energy stores

More on methods of reducing heat transfer eg in a house and investigating insulating properties of materials

The density of materials and the particle model of matter

Energy transfer and efficiency - calculations and Sankey diagrams

Particle theory models, internal energy, heat transfer in state changes and latent heat and particle motion in gases (written more from a 'physics' point of view)

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